Robert Pattinson DID Party With Beyoncé: See The Amazing Proof

Following reports stating that Queen B 'snubbed' Rob at her LA concert, the actor's musician friends have set the record straight on their Facebook page

Robert Pattinson and Beyoncé have treated us to the greatest backstage picture of all time.

Following reports that Beyoncé ‘snubbed’ the Cosmopolis actor at her recent LA concert, the band Death Trap – who happen to be great friends with Rob – have shared a picture of their little rendezvous on their official Facebook page.

At the time, Hollywood Life reported that Twilight hunk Robert Pattinson was refused access to Beyoncé‘s after-show meet-and-greet by security, who argued that he hadn’t secured his pass in time.

Dressed down in an MTV letter jacket and cap, the laid-back star – an unlikely fan of Beyoncé‘s pop music, tried to ‘sneak in’ to the backstage party, it was reported.

But this amazing picture tells us otherwise. 

Rob has long been a fan of Death Trap and was spotted partying with them at this year’s Coachella Festival. It was initally thought that Rob attended Bey’s concert alone, after he was spotted arriving at the Staples Centre without a plus-one, but it seems he must have just met his famous musician friends inside.

We can just imagine this lot throwing shapes to Single Ladies in their VIP seats.

Things are looking up for recently-single Rob, who stopped for snaps with fans on his way into Toronto Airport on Wednesday, in preparation for filming on his new film ‘Map To The Stars’.

Rob, 27, has been linked to a series of women since his split from Kristen Stewart, including Elvis Presley’s daughter, Riley Keogh.

Let’s just say Robert isn’t short of female company right now. We could not be more jealous of Beyoncé!

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